Author: Erin Granger

Title IX dominates chancellor’s forum

Title IX dominates chancellor’s forum

While Chancellor Thomas’ student forum held Sunday evening was open for discussion of all subjects, audience members’ concern and anger focused on the Title IX office’s mishandling of sexual assault and rape cases at...

Senate Debate: Coghill and Hopkins discuss Alaska’s future

Senate Debate: Coghill and Hopkins discuss Alaska’s future

In preparation for Alaska’s upcoming elections, Senator John Coghill (R) and former Fairbanks North star Borough Mayor Luke Hopkins (D) joined members of the UAF and Fairbanks community Thursday night to debate some of...

Thirsty Work: Looking back at The Pub

As the University of Alaska Fairbanks prepares to celebrate its 100th anniversary, campus’ local watering hole, The Pub, appears by comparison to be just getting started. Over the past 41 years since its opening...

Bed bugs move in on campus

Bed bugs move in on campus

Bed bugs have recently been discovered in student apartments on campus. Thus far, infestations have been confirmed by Residence Life in several units in Harwood Hall, 1 unit in the Garden apartments and in...

Engineering building funded with $37.5 million debt

Engineering building funded with $37.5 million debt

On Sept. 15, the Board of Regents approved bonding to fund the final stages of construction on the new engineering building. This bonding, which will eventually require repayment, contributes $37.5 million dollars toward construction,...

MFA graduate publishes book of prints

Karinna Gomez, an MFA graduate and current adjunct printmaking professor, recently published some of her printmaking work in a book of poetry entitled “The After.” The poet, Melinda Mueller, based out of Seattle, contacted...